Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007 Peter G B McNeill and Morag Jack
The Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007 modernises, improves and extends the system of adoption in Scotland and changes the practice of adoption in court. Anyone working within this area of the law will need to know about these changes and this fourth edition of Adoption of Children in Scotland is the perfect solution. 5 REASONS WHY YOU NEED THIS BOOK
• Contains a comprehensive account of the law of adoption in Scotland, giving you access to all the essential information in one place • This 4th edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to account for key developments, keeping you completely up-to-date with the information that matters the most • Deals with all the current legislation, in particular the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007, and the associated rules of court and statutory instruments • The practice of adoption in court has seen some changes; this new edition explains these in detail, helping you with the practical aspects of your job • The appendices contain a full text copy of the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007
Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007 Peter G B McNeill and Morag Jack The law surrounding adoption in Scotland has undergone some recent changes, especially with the introduction of the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007. The Act introduces a completely new order, a Permanence Order, which can be granted in respect of a child who can no longer live with their family. The Act also increases Local Authoritiesâ€™ duty to provide services to a wide range of people affected by the adoption process. As a result of the new act, the classes of persons who may adopt now extends to a much wider range, including joint adoption by unmarried couples as well as those in a civil partnership. Overall, the new legislation modernises, improves and extends the system of adoption in Scotland and anyone dealing with adoptions will need to fully understand it. In response to this need, Peter McNeill and Morag Jack have prepared a 4th edition of Adoption of Children in Scotland, which provides a comprehensive account of the law of adoption in Scotland. All relevant legislation is dealt with, particularly the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007, as well as the associated rules of court and statutory instruments, and the practice of adoption in court. Adoption of Children in Scotland, 4th edition will be of great value to the legal profession, adoption agencies and social workers, as well as students and academics of this legal area.
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This 4th edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to account for the following key developments:
Peter G B McNeill was a sheriff for 30 years in Glasgow and Edinburgh. He is presently a writer.
• The classes of persons who may adopt, including joint adoption by unmarried couples
Morag Jack was formerly a solicitor and since 2000 has been an advocate.
• The introduction of new permanence orders for children who cannot live with their families • The repeal of freeing orders As well as analysing the provisions of the 2007 Act, the authors provide guidance on the application of the new court procedure rules in both the Court of Session and the Sheriff Court. Contents include: • Adoption • Who may adopt • The child • Placement of a child for adoption • Petition for adoption • Petition for permanence order • Curator ad litem and reporting officer • Reports • Decision of the court • Opposed petitions and the grounds of opposition • Making the order; register general • Amendment and revocation • Appeal • Expenses • Appendix 1: Statutes and acts of sederunt • Appendix 2: Styles and interlocutors • Appendix 3: Forms of reports • Appendix 4: Overseas register • The appendices contain a full text copy of the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007.
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